Hillsdale Lake is a man made lake with 4,580 Acres of surface water and a maximum depth of 57 feet. Hillsdale Lake and State Park are located in Northern Miami County, Kansas. The lake was completed in 1982 and the State Park opened in 1994.

Genreal Park Rules

All vehicles require day-use permits while in state park permit area.
All campers must have a nightly camping permit.
Campers in an electric and water camping site must pay a utility fee.
Fires are allowed only in designated fire rings.
Only 3.2 cereal malt beverage consumption is allowed in state park and wildlife areas. No kegs or party balls.
There is currently no target practicing allowed in the Hillsdale State Park or Wildlife Areas.
Pets are required to be on a leash or confined to a cage or vehicle in all state park permit areas except while hunting in designated hunting areas.

Other Resources

Hillsdale Lake page at the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks website
Hillsdale Lake page at the Army Corp of Engineers website
All State of Kansas fishing and boating regulations apply on this lake. Kansas Dept of Wildlife and Parks


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